English National Ballet helps Parkinson's patients


Scientists from London's Roehampton University are studying the effects of ballet on people with Parkinson's Disease.

A class of about 40 people is being taught by dancers from the English National Ballet.

Over a period of nine weeks they will learn elements of the Nutcracker.

And initial results seem to show promising results.

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